Slate has the smartest conversation on the Web about everything readers care about—news, politics, business, technology, and culture. Slate’s deeply original thinking about issues, events, and ideas inspires a passionate following among your best customers: thought leaders in business, government, media, and the arts.
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The New Influential Audience
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